The Intervention Centre

Research groups

 
Erik Fosse<br>
Head of Dept.
Erik Fosse
Head of Dept.

The Intervention Centre is a research and development centre for image guided and minimally invasive therapy at Oslo UniversityHospital and Faculty of Medicine at University of Oslo. The centre was established in 1996 to create a link between clinical practice, applied-, and basic research in the fields pertaining to minimally invasive and image guided therapy.

The Centre has the following deliverables:

  1. Develop new procedures
  2. Develop new treatment strategies
  3. Compare new and existing strategies
  4. Study the social, economic, and organisational consequences of new procedures o­n health care

External web pages


Research group overview,
with group leaders
 

Wireless Sensor Network Research Group  Image guided general surgery and intervention Cardiovascular Surgery and Advanced Distributed
Learning
Ilangko Balasingham Bjørn Edwin Jacob Bergsland
     
Medical Robotics, visualisation and navigation Clinical and experimental cardiovascular monitoring MR guided High Intensity Focused Ultrasound treatment
Ole Jakob Elle Steinar Halvorsen Per Kristian Hol
     
Economic and organizational consequences of new procedures and treatments    
   
Erik Fosse    

  Visit the home page of the Interventional Centre at: www.interventionalcentre.com